Honorary Professor James Holms Dickson
Honorary Professor James Holms DicksonB.Sc., M.A., Ph.D., F.L.S., F.R.S.E.
Neill Medal of the Royal Society of Edinburgh for studies of the Scottish flora.
Graham Kerr Building
University of Glasgow
Archaeobotany and Quaternary Palaeoecology
3. Archaeobiology and Kwäday Dän Ts'ìnchí, the first ancient glacier bodyfrom North America
4. Scottish Archaeobotany. Identification and analysis of plant remains, both pollen and macroscopic fossils, from archaeological layers of all periods of Scottish history. One of the principal activities of the Hopkirk Laboratory was the study of plant remains recovered from archaeological layers in Scotland (from Mesolithic to Medieval). Much of this work is summarised in the book "Plants & People in Ancient Scotland" by the late Camilla Dickson and Professor Dickson, (2000).